Eurovision Final 2014 in Copenhagen – (un)official scorecard

Do you value glitter and wind machines over small, inconsequential details like song quality? If so, then this is the score card for you. 

UPDATE (10 May 2014): download this scorecard in PDF table format here: Eurovision Final 2014 (un)Official scorecard – version for printingPlease use irresponsibly. 

Eurovision 2014 logo

EUROVISION 2014 FINAL – 10 MAY 2014
D FOR DALRYMPLE OFFICIAL SCORECARD

COUNTRY: ……………………………………………….

SCORED BY: ……………………………………………..

1. Song (0-5):     ……….

2. Outfits (0-5):     ……….

3. Choreography (0-5):     ……….

4. OMFG factor (0-5):     ……….

5. Bonus points – award one for each of the following that applies:

  • Song not in English
  • Song in English, but very bad English
  • Cheesy modulation to a different key
  • Wind machine
  • Pyrotechnics
  • National instruments
  • Anyone barefoot
  • Partial nudity
  • Awkwardly sexual
  • White piano
  • Jesus wept

TOTAL:     ……….

NB: If you’re not sure what constitutes a cheesy modulation, then listening from 3.03 to 3.20 of this video should give you an idea.

Update (9/5/14): a longer version of this post can be found on Huffington Post UK. Essential rules remain unchanged

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About Christina Kenny

Christina Kenny is a music journalist based in London.
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2 Responses to Eurovision Final 2014 in Copenhagen – (un)official scorecard

  1. Charles says:

    I’m not sure why you chose that bit. The whole thing was cheesy, but, God help me, I liked it in my bed of pain. X

  2. Pingback: Eurovision Final 2014 in Copenhagen – (un)official scorecard – printer-friendly version | D for Dalrymple

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